19 Brilliant Hacks That Will Make Potty Training So Much Easier!

These are some great potty training tips right here! Pretty soon their business won’t be your business…

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1. Use Cheerios to improve your son’s aim.

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Put the Cheerio in the toilet bowl and tell your son to aim for it. He’ll have fun and learn how to pee in the toilet at the same time.

2. To stop your kid from freaking out when a public toilet flushes, put a Post-It over the sensor.

This will stop it from flushing while your kid is trying to go.

3. If your little one likes to unwind the entire roll of toilet paper, put it in backward (with the end facing the wall) — it’ll make it harder for them.

You can also put pre-ripped toilet paper into an empty wipes box to keep them from overusing it.

4. A “you shall not pass” sign can also serve as a good visual aid.

Though only older kids will be able to read the words, younger ones can color it and tape it to the wall.

5. If they do end up flushing too much paper and the toilet clogs, drizzle in a bit of Dawn dish soap, then slowly pour in a bucket of hot water from waist level.

The weight of the water can often help unlodge the clog.

6. Make a progress chart of times they’re successful, and let them put a sticker up when they do it right.

When they get enough points, they can win a predetermined prize.

7. Get a potty training kit together before you start, with the sticker chart, juice boxes, some candy and small rewards that they’ll love, their big kid underwear, and a potty training movie.

Show them the underwear before they start training, and explain that it’s special and that they’ll get to wear it when they learn.

8. This ingenious time saver for bed-wetting.

Put a layer of puppy pads under their sheets, with another sheet underneath. If they have an accident, you can just peel off the soiled layer and throw it in the laundry.

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Put a layer of puppy pads under their sheets, with another sheet underneath. If they have an accident, you can just peel off the soiled layer and throw it in the laundry.

9. Set a “pee-pee timer” for every 30 minutes to help remind your little boy or girl to try to go.

Just be ready for a Pavlovian effect — they might have to pee every time they hear the microwave go off!

10. There’s no shame in resorting to bribery. When your child sits on the potty on their own, start out with big rewards, like a little toy or ice cream, and gradually decrease to small awards, like M&Ms or jelly beans.

“The key is that when she goes to sit on the potty, and her pants are dry, that’s when she gets rewarded,” one mom writes. “If you start to reward for making pee/poop, that is when it can turn into a power struggle/control issue.”

11. If you prefer not to use candy, hit up the dollar store: Try stickers, stamps, coins for their piggy bank, or a toy set with multiple pieces for the bath, and let them have one or two for every time they go one or two. Hugs and songs can work too.

Be sure to make a big show of whatever their reward is. If it’s stickers, keep the poster near the potty. When their piggy bank is full, let them trade it in for a special reward: Watching a special movie, going to the park, etc.

12. Another incentive recommended is to let them pick out a poster they like, hang it in the bathroom, then cover up the good parts with a post-it note.

When they go, their reward is to remove a post-it or two.

13. Sing “Wipe, seat down, flush, wash your hands” to any melody to help them remember all of the steps.

You can even come up with a little dance to do along with it!

14. If they have an accident, have them help with clean up.

Have them rinse out their underwear, bring it to the laundry room or hamper, and change themselves. The chore will often stick in their mind as a tedious activity they want to avoid.

15. Save yourself some back strain by letting the little one wash their hands with the bathtub faucet (just make sure it’s not too hot).

You can also buy a nifty faucet extender.

16. Pantyliners can be a cheap alternative to Pull-Ups or potty training pants if they’re still having occasional accidents, or have been potty trained but are leaking once in a while.

17. For kids who are resisting wearing underwear, they’ll be extra excited to wear a pair custom-made for them with iron-on paper.

Print out their favorite characters using iron-on transfer paper, then iron them onto plain white underwear. Ta-da! Their own personalized collection.

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Print out their favorite characters using iron-on transfer paper, then iron them onto plain white underwear. Ta-da! Their own personalized collection.

18. Stick a disposable changing pad on the car seat to avoid constant cleaning up while accidents are still happening.

Huggies makes 'em, but puppy pads work too and will often be cheaper.

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Huggies makes ’em, but puppy pads work too and will often be cheaper.

19. Like everything else with parenting, don’t stress too much about it. Just remember: You’re not going to send your kid to college in diapers.

21 People Who Are Having A Way Worse Summer Than You

These 21 people might not wanna be asked…”So how’s YOUR summer going so far?”  

1. Anyone leaving the beach looking like this:

2. Anyone who shouldn’t be playing with fireworks:

3. And anyone too unlucky to be near them:

4. Anyone taking a morning jog at the beach:

5. Anyone too unlucky for water slides:

6. And anyone who gets stuck in the mud:

7. Anyone who passes out at a concert:

8. Anyone whose tan looks like Neapolitan ice cream:

9. Anyone who deserves to lose their shit:

10. Anyone who’s still attached to their kiddie pool:

11. Anyone who pops wheelies with three people on their bike:

12. Anyone who’s using this as an air conditioner:

13. Anyone who falls asleep at the beach:

14. Anyone whose food melts together from the heat.

15. Anyone who literally sweats balls:

16. Anyone’s who’s having a cool time at summer camp:

17. Anyone who calls it quits during their workout:

18. Anyone who thinks this is a good idea:

19. Anyone fakecationing to impress their friends:

20. Anyone who tries impressing a girl by the pool:

21. And anyone who tries showing off in front of the entire party:

13 Best Amazon Reviews Of A Giant Gummy Bear

If you’re in the market for a five pound gummy bear, you might want to read these Amazon reviews first…

If you're in the market for a five pound gummy bear, you might want to read these Amazon reviews first...

1. Can and should be used as a method of self-defense.

Can and should be used as a method of self-defense.

2. This person clearly pissed off the reviewer above.

This person clearly pissed off the reviewer above.

3. The bigger ones taste better.

The bigger ones taste better.

4. This person is probably dead by now.

This person is probably dead by now.

5. Not quite sure why giant gummy bears would be necessary for “the Mayan Doomsday.”

Not quite sure why giant gummy bears would be necessary for "the Mayan Doomsday."

6. Giant gummy bears apparently cure depression.

Giant gummy bears apparently cure depression.

7. At least one person’s definition of a good time.

At least one person's definition of a good time.

8. Oh good lord, people.

Oh good lord, people.

9. See, this is confusing. This “Lord Dahak” gives the product a 5-star review…but doesn’t seem completely satisfied.

See, this is confusing. This "Lord Dahak" gives the product a 5-star review...but doesn't seem completely satisfied.

10. Also suitable for dogs.

Also suitable for dogs.

11. This unsatisfied customer has resolved to create his own gummy bear out of horse poop and cat butt. Inventive.

This unsatisfied customer has resolved to create his own gummy bear out of horse poop and cat butt. Inventive.

12. This is getting quite dark.

This is getting quite dark.

13. And creepy.

 
And creepy.

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18 Microwave Snacks You Can Cook in a Mug

Here’s 18 very simple microwave snacks that you can cook right in a mug. They’re absolutely perfect for a quick and tasty treat you crave! 

1. Coffee Cup Quiche

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Get the recipe from The Saint Louis Post.

2. Instant Blueberry Muffins

Instant Blueberry Muffins

Get the recipe from Spark Recipes.

3. French Toast In A Cup

French Toast In A Cup

No-hassle brunch for one. Find the recipe for french toast here.

4. “Baked” Oatmeal In A Mug

"Baked" Oatmeal In A Mug

Find the recipe for “Baked” Oatmeal on Food and Whine.

5. Cinnamon Roll In A Cup

Cinnamon Roll In A Cup

Find the recipe here.

6. Coffee Cup Coffeecake

Coffee Cup Coffeecake

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Find the recipe for coffee cake here.

7. Banana Bread In A Mug

Banana Bread In A Mug

Use up overripe bananas with this recipe from Pass the Sushi.

8. Mac and Cheese In A Cup

Mac and Cheese In A Cup

DIY Easy Mac here.

9. Meatloaf In A Mug

Meatloaf In A Mug

Yes, you can even make meatloaf. Find the recipe here.

10. Coffee Cup Chilaquiles

Coffee Cup Chilaquiles

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Find the recipe for chilaquiles in a mug here.

11. Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake

Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake

Peanut butter pie mousse, hot fudge, and whipped cream all in one cozy mug. Find the recipe here.

12. Nutella Mug Cake

Nutella Mug Cake

O-M-G. Get the recipe from Live, Love, Pasta.

13. Cheesecake In A Mug

Cheesecake In A Mug

Find the recipe here.

14. Chocolate Fudge S’mores Mug Cake

Chocolate Fudge S'mores Mug Cake

Find the recipe for s’mores in a mug here.

15. Cookie In A Mug

Cookie In A Mug

Top your hot cookie with ice cream and hot fudge and then serve. Get the recipe from No.2 Pencil.

16. Strawberry Mug Pie

Strawberry Mug Pie

Make this strawberry pie in a mug in the microwave or get fancy and use the oven. Get the recipe from How Sweet It Is.

17. Chocolate and Caramel Mug Cake

Chocolate and Caramel Mug Cake

You can make this cake in just two minutes with the recipe from Babble.

18. Sticky Date Pudding In A Mug

Sticky Date Pudding In A Mug

Find the recipe here.

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32 Essential Toys Every ’80s Preschooler Had

If you were a preschooler back in the ’80s…these 32 essential toys might just bring back some fond memories for you.

 

1. Glo Worm

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With it’s soft body design and light-up head, Glo Worm was the perfect preschool kid toy. I mean who else was going to protect you from the monster that lived under your bed? Definitely not the Fisher-Price Little People!

2. Fisher-Price Gas Pump

Fisher-Price Gas Pump

Fisher-Price made the perfect toys to introduce us to the real world, and yes, that apparently also included how to pump your own gas.

3. See ‘N Say Farmer Says

See 'N Say Farmer Says

Seriously, where would society be without this perennial favorite?! I mean it taught us that the cow goes “moo”!

4. Fisher-Price Record Player

Fisher-Price Record Player

This was probably the first sound system you ever owned — which of course you used to play your Read-Along Book records on.

5. Colorforms

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These toys had no business being as fun as they were, essentially they were just reusable stickers. But maybe it was the perfectly cartoony design or the simplicity that had us coming back to play with it? Actually, scratch that, it was the addictive plastic smell that had us hooked.

6. Fisher-Price Medical Kit

Fisher-Price Medical Kit

Let’s be honest, the only thing you really played with in this kit was the stethoscope. But, bonus, the kit did also make a good storage case to carry around other toys!

7. Gumby

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During the 1980s Gumby had a huge revival, and this stretchy/posable figure was the perfect toy for little kids, as it was virtually indestructible. The one drawback was that, yes, you could eventually pull him apart and expose the wires that made him so darn posable, and maybe poke an eye out.

8. Mini Piano

Mini Piano

This toy provided exactly 20 minutes of fun before you got bored and moved on to another toy — that is, unless your parents got tired of hearing the annoying beeps and took it away before you had a chance to finish playing with it.

9. Mickey Mouse Talking Phone

Mickey Mouse Talking Phone

What kid didn’t want to talk to Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck? Sure, they didn’t say anything other then their name, but still you got a Disney character on the phone and it didn’t cost your parents two dollars a minute — looking at you, He-Man.

10. Sit’ n Spin

This thing was a basically a step above playing with an empty box, cause it didn’t do anything other than spin, but somehow, it still provided hours of entertainment.

11. Care Bears

Care Bears

The Care Bears ruled the ’80s, and you want to know why? Because they were created by the greeting card company American Greetings, who pushed them on unsuspecting parents and grandparents, and guilted them into buying them as an “I love you” gift. Plus, their soft bodies and pastel colors made them irresistible to little kids.

12. Fisher-Price Family Farm

Fisher-Price Family Farm

Aside from the Little People, the biggest seller here was the animals. Every little kid wanted to play with farm animals!

13. Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock

Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock

This longtime favorite was supposed to teach you how to tell time, but in reality, it was just fun to wind it up and watch it turn from day to night.

14. E.T. Vinyl Doll

E.T. Vinyl Doll

How big was E.T.? It was like Frozen x The Lion King plus a million. Seriously, it was huge, and of course had a natural appeal toward little kids, which made this vinyl doll (which felt so creepy to touch) a must have.

15. Poppin’ Pals

Poppin' Pals

This toy was probably more for babies than preschoolers, but its pop-up action made it lots of fun to play with.

16. Smurfs Play Camera

Smurfs Play Camera

This toy was a double winner, not only was it a play camera (allowing you to feel oh so grown-up), but it was also Smurf-themed. SMURF-THEMED!

17. Monchhichis

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Let’s be honest, these were more creepy than cute, but that catchy jingle for the commercial made you want one of these, badly.

18. View-Master

View-Master

Another perennial favorite that while simple provided hours of fun.

19. Fisher-Price Cash Register

Fisher-Price Cash Register

I don’t know if this was supposed to teach you how to use money, but I do know that the biggest appeal of this toy was popping that drawer open.

20. Tree Tots Family Tree House

Tree Tots Family Tree House

This little house was perfectly designed to capture your imagination. It was a tree that with the push of a button (on the top of the tree) revealed a three-room house, that came complete with an elevator, staircase, swing, and garage.

21. Rub-A-Dub Dog

Rub-A-Dub Dog

This toy pulled double duty. It was not only a bath toy, it was also a sponge (not a very good one, but still).

22. Fisher-Price Little People Play Family House

In the ’80s, the Little People upgraded themselves to some pretty posh homes (blame the yuppies?). Yes they were the exact same house, but most kids were either Team Yellow Roof or Team Tudor House.

23. My Buddy and Kid Sister

You know why you wanted one of these dolls? Because of the jingle from the commercial, which probably still lingers in the deep recesses of your mind.

24. Fisher-Price Tape Recorder

Fisher-Price Tape Recorder

This had one huge advantage over the Fisher-Price Record Player: IT COULD RECORD YOUR VOICE!

25. Snoopy Sno-cone Machine

Snoopy Sno-cone Machine

No hot summer day was complete without this classic toy. Sure, it took all your preschool body strength to get three slivers of ice slushy, but all that hard work made it taste extra good.

26. Fisher-Price Magic Burner Play Stove Top Range

Fisher-Price Magic Burner Play Stove Top Range

OK, so this probably gives you chills ‘cause it looks like the hot plate you had in college, but back in the ’80s this bad boy wasn’t just a pretend stove, it was a pretend stove that also lit up red!

27. Sweet Pickles Bus

Sweet Pickles Bus

OK, so this wasn’t a toy, but it was shaped like a bus and had a sticker that featured all the characters on it — which for fans of the book series made it an immediate toy (since no tie-in toy line was ever produced for it).

28. Little Boppers

These were basically like those dancing flowers that moved to music, expect they went one step further and actually moved around and danced. Yup, DANCED!

29. Speak & Spell

Speak & Spell

These really weren’t designed for preschoolers, but all those buttons and the voice action made them an irresistible toy to little kids.

30. Popples

Popples

Popples was one of the only toys that was perfect for both playing with and napping with.

31. Fisher-Price Parking Ramp Service Center Parking Garage

Fisher-Price Parking Ramp Service Center Parking Garage

This was the ultimate Little People play set (sorry, airport), mainly because you could race the cars down the ramp (with the Little People riding them), but the crank elevator also had its appeal.

32. Big Wheels

Hands down the best toy a preschooler could hope to get and play with. Sure, you probably fell off this thing more times than you could remember, but it really was your first taste of freedom and playing like a big kid.

So how many of these did YOU have or at least play with. Let me know in the comments. Thanks!

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20 Things We Can Learn From Sheldon Cooper

Sheldon Cooper has some of the most hilarious ways of teaching us about physics and life in general on the hit show “The Big Bang Theory”!

1. Science.

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2. Relationships aren’t for everyone.

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3. Neither are organized sports.

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4. Don’t put up with insults.

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5. Don’t believe everything you hear.

6. Don’t be afraid of the future.

7. You should always tell the truth.

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8. Lend an ear to anyone who needs to talk.

9. It’s OK to ask questions.

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10. It’s OK to be an introvert.

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11. It’s important to keep your emotions in check.

12. Maintaining friendships can be hard.

13. Getting away with things can be hard.

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14. Music is a great escape.

15. Exercise is important.

16. Be cautious of germs.

17. Give credit where credit is due.

18. Facial expressions mean everything.

19. If you’ve got it, flaunt it.

20. And last, but certainly not least, how to scare away a bird.

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25 Creative Packaging Designs That Practically Sell Themselves

Creative packaging designs can really make their products stand out to the point they practically sell themselves…VERY CLEVER!

 

1. Gnome Bread Packaging

Designed by Lo Siento Studio

2. Note Headphones

(Designer: Corinne Pant)

3. Beehive Honey Squares

Designed by Lacy Kuhn

4. NYC Spaghetti

Designer: Alex Creamer

5. Ford Ranger Extreme: Matchbox

Advertising Agency: JWT, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

6. Creative Japanese Pastry Packaging

Designer unknown

7. Tea Hangers

Designed by Soon Mo Kang

8. Origami Beer

Designed by Clara Lindsten

9. “City Harvest” Grocery Bag

Designed by Andy Winner and One Show Merit

10. Honey Made by Bees

Designed by Maksi Marbuzov

11. Kokeshi Matchsticks

Designed by kokeshi-m.com

12. Kiss – Fruit and vegetable puree

Designed by Alexandra Istratova

13. Whitebites dog snacks

Designer: Cecilia Uhr

14. Moustache Paintbrushes

Designed by Simon Laliberté

15. Zen Perfume

Designed by Igor Mitin

16. Fishing Boat Water Bottle

Designed by Designers Anonymous

17. Juicy Juice Boxes

Designed by Preston Grubbs

18. Mini Oliva Olive Oil

Source: packaginguqam.blogspot.com

19. Blood of Grapes Wine Bottle

Designed by Constantin Bolimond

20. Green Berry Tea

Designed by Natalia Ponomareva

21. Fruit Juice Packaging

Designed by Naoto Fukasawa

22. Coffin-Shaped Cigarette Case

Designed by: Reynolds and Reyner

23. Pink Glasses Wine Bottles

Designed by Luksemburk

24. Butter! Better!

Designed by Yeongkeun

25. Smirnoff Caipiroska

Designer by JWT

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12 Of The Cheesiest Pick-Up Lines You’ll Ever Hear!

These have GOT to be some of THE cheesiest pick-up lines you’ll ever hear! Next time you see a hottie, you’ll know exactly what to fondue.

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Dude…Pass the Milkbones…

Dogs are too funny, and these guys are a “trip”.  I thought it was cats that usually “benefit” from the “funny stuff”, but something tells me these dogs have been into SOMETHING! “Dude…Pass the Milkbones…” Now if we only knew what’s in those Milkbones!

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Cleaning Tips For Almost Anything From A to Z

Here’s some great cleaning tips on almost everything from A to Z.  With tips like these  cleaning SHOULD be a “breeze”.

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1. Acrylic Paint on Clothing

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Just dab with some rubbing alcohol.

2. Air Vents

Air Vents

You’re breathing in all that nasty dust and gray gunk! A rag, a knife, and some 409 should do the trick. Get the full directions here.

3. Armpit Stains (Ew)

Armpit Stains (Ew)

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1 tsp. Dawn dishwashing detergent, 3-4 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, and a couple tablespoons of baking soda — then scrub.

4. Bagless Vacuum

Bagless Vacuum

It requires some taking apart. Get the full directions here.

5. Bath Toys

Bath Toys

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Mix 1/2 cup of white vinegar with a gallon of water and let the toys soak for an hour. Squeeze all the water out.

But the best tip comes from We Love Being Moms, who says add a dab of hot glue to the air hole so that water doesn’t get into the toy and start harboring mold.

[Source: We Love Being Moms]

6. Bathroom Exhaust Fans

Bathroom Exhaust Fans

Using canned air to blow dust and debris out could save your life — exhaust fans are a common cause of household fires.

7. Blinds

Blinds

Mix equal parts vinegar and water in a bowl. Dip a sock in it. Put your hand in the sock and wipe down the blinds. For full instructions, click here.

8. Brass

Brass

Wipe down with half a lemon covered in salt.

9. Burnt Pans

Fill the bottom of the pan with water. Add a cup of white vinegar to the pan. Bring the pan to a boil. Take the pan off the stove and add 2 tablespoons baking soda. Empty the pan and scour.

source: Apartment Therapy; Images by Sarah Starkey.

10. Carpet Pet Hair

Carpet Pet Hair

Use a squeegee.

11. Cast Iron Pan

Cast Iron Pan

Add a 1/4 cup of kosher salt to the pan and wipe with a paper towel. Get more details here.

12. Cheese Grater

Cheese Grater

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Grate a piece of raw potato. The hardness of the potato along with the oxalic acid will get that cheesy gunk off your grater.

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13. Charcoal Grill

Charcoal Grill

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Take a white onion, peel it, cut it in half, stab a fork into the small end of one half. Use the fork to rub the onion back and forth over the grates of a hot grill. The onion will deglaze the grates and add a little extra flavor the next time you bust out your grill!

[source: How to Clean Things]

14. Clarisonic Brushes

Clarisonic Brushes

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Disinfect your Clarisonic brushes with hydrogen peroxide, lemon, and baking soda, and you will drastically cut down on how often you need to buy new heads. Full directions here.

15. Cloudy Glasses

Cloudy Glasses

Vinegar and paper towels will get them sparkling again! Click here for full directions.

16. Coffee Mug Stains

Coffee Mug Stains

Use baking soda. Get the full directions here.

17. Coffee or Spice Grinder

Coffee or Spice Grinder

Pulverize bread or uncooked white rice to pick up lingering aromas. You can also grind 1 tablespoon baking soda and wipe thoroughly.

18. Crockpot

Crockpot

A little oven cleaner (in a well-ventilated room, or outside) and some Bar Keeper’s Friend should get that gunk off. Get the full directions here.

19. Crusty Oven

Crusty Oven

Fill a bowl with 1/2 cup of ammonia into a COMPLETELY COLD oven. The fumes will work their magic overnight. Just wipe clean the next day. Get more awesome time-saving kitchen cleaning tips here.

20. Curling Iron

Curling Iron

Just rub a piece of plain steel wool onto the metal rod.

21. Cutting Boards

Cutting Boards

Lemons and coarse salt will work on the wooden and bamboo variety. For full directions, click here.

22. Cutting Boards

Soak cutting boards in a mixture of bleach and water in the sink for at least an hour. They’ll be good as new!

23. Dishwasher

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Use vinegar and Kool-Aid. Get full directions here.

24. Dryer Ducts

Dryer Ducts

If you have pets, you’ll want to do this even more often to prevent fires. It will also speed up the time it takes to dry a load. Get the full directions here.

25. Dyson Vacuum Canister

Dyson Vacuum Canister

You’ll need a can of compressed air, scissors, dish soap, and a flathead screwdriver. Get the full directions here.

26. Ear Buds

Ear Buds

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Lightly dampen a q-tip with rubbing alcohol and wipe over the surface. Just be sure to use a very small amount of rubbing alcohol, as liquids can damage electronics.

27. Engagement Ring

Engagement Ring

Make a baking soda and water paste, or just use toothpaste. More details here.

28. Floor Grease

Floor Grease

You’ll need a solution of 1/4 cup white vinegar, 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap, 1/4 cup washing soda, 2 gallons of very warm tap water mixed together in a bucket.

29. Front-Loading Washing Machines

Front-Loading Washing Machines

You’ll need vinegar, baking soda, and a sponge. Get the full directions here.

30. George Foreman Grill

George Foreman Grill

All you need are some paper towels. Get the full directions here.

31. Glass Cooktop

You’ll need dishwashing liquid or powder, baking soda, gloves, and a rag. Get the full directions here.

32. Glass Bakeware

Glass Bakeware

Crumple up a ball of aluminum foil, add a little dish soap, and scrub.

33. Glitter

Glitter

Just use some play dough.

34. Glue Gun

While the gun is still hot, use a ball of aluminum foil to wipe off the nozzle without burning your fingers. Get the full directions here.

35. Granite Counters

Granite Counters

Mix rubbing alcohol and Dawn dishwashing soap to create a granite countertop cleaner. Get the details here.

36. Grease Stains in Clothing

Grease Stains in Clothing

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Rub white chalk over the grease stain. It has powerful absorbing qualities.

37. Grout Mildew

Grout Mildew

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Use Cellucotton Cotton Coils from the beauty store and soak them in bleach. Lay them on the mildew and mold in your tub and let it sit for a day.

38. Hair Brush

Hair Brush

This will make a HUGE difference! You can use shampoo or dish washing detergent. Get the full instructions here.

39. Hard Water Stains on a Glass Shower Door

Hard Water Stains on a Glass Shower Door

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Bar Keeper’s Friend, my friend. Or Lime-A-Way, which comes in a handy spray bottle as opposed to a powder.

40. Humidifier

Humidifier

You’ll want to run white vinegar through it, but outside (because vinegar is stinky). You could also use a solution of hydrogen peroxide.

41. Irregularly Shaped Bottles

Irregularly Shaped Bottles

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Fill the bottle with raw rice, a little water, and a little dishwashing soap. Cover the top and shake.

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42. Keurig Coffeemaker

Keurig Coffeemaker

Fill the water reservoir about halfway with vinegar. Run a cycle through without adding a filter or k-cup. Then run two cycles of water through to get rid of the vinegar taste/smell.

[source: Passion for Savings]

43. Jean Stains

Jean Stains

Just use alcohol-free face cleansing wipes.

44. Kitchen Cabinet Gunk

Kitchen Cabinet Gunk

Use vegetable oil and baking soda. Scrub with a toothbrush. Get the full details here.

{source: One Good Thing By Jilliee]

45. Kool-Aid Stains

Kool-Aid Stains

You’ll need a mixture of ammonia and water, and also a white towel and an iron. Get the full directions here.

46. Lampshade

Lampshade

Use a lint roller to get the dust off.

47. Latex Paint Messes

Latex Paint Messes

Use pimple pads to wipe them up. The alcohol in them softens the latex.

48. Leather Sofas

Leather Sofas

Get scratches and scuffs out of your leather couches with shoe polish.

49. Lipstick Stains

Lipstick Stains

Spray the spot with hairspray, let it set for 10 minutes, dab with a damp washcloth, and wash as normal.

50. Makeup

How To Clean (Almost) Anything And Everything

You can make a cosmetics sanitizing spray! Get the recipe here.

51. Makeup Brushes

Makeup Brushes

Clean them with baby shampoo. Once you’ve rinsed them well, hang them up to dry using a hanger and binder clips. This way the water doesn’t drip back down into the handles, which will harbor mold and make the bristles fall out.

For more thorough instructions, click here.

52. Mattress

Mattress

Sprinkle baking soda (and optionally, a nice-smelling essential oil like lavender) over the mattress, let it sit for 30 minutes, then vacuum it up.

53. Microfiber Couch

Microfiber Couch

Use rubbing alcohol or vodka, a light-colored sponge, and water. Get the details here.

54. Microwave

Microwave

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Heat a bowl of water and vinegar for 5 minutes in the microwave. The steam will dissolve stuck-on stains.

55. Mini Muffin Pans

Mini Muffin Pans

A baby bottle brush! Brilliant.

56. Mirrors and Glass

Mirrors and Glass

Use a concoction of 1/4 cup white vinegar, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, 2 cups warm water. Spray and wipe down with newspaper.

57. Moldy Water Bottle

Moldy Water Bottle

EIICHHHH that SMELL. You’ll need bleach, baking soda, and water. It’s a lengthy process, which you can find here.

58. Nail-Polish Stained Carpet

Nail-Polish Stained Carpet

Pour on rubbing alcohol and gently rub with a microfiber cloth. Get more directions here.

59. Oil Stains on a Garage Floor

Oil Stains on a Garage Floor

Creative Commons / Flickr: dno1967b

Coca cola! Get the details here. Supposedly, a product called Pour-N-Restore works, also.

60. Oven Racks

Oven Racks

You’ll need 6 dryer sheets and 1/2 cup of dishwashing liquid. Get the full directions here.

61. Paint on Clothing

Paint on Clothing

Just use a razor! Get more instructions here.

62. Paintbrushes

Paintbrushes

Soak them in vinegar for 30 minutes.

63. Pen Ink in Clothing

Pen Ink in Clothing

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Spray hairspray onto the back of the clothing where the stain is. If that doesn’t work, check out the other methods here.

64. Pet Hair

Pet Hair

All you need are rubber gloves and a little water. Directions here.

65. Red Wine

For a stain that’s dried already, treat it with shaving cream and throw it into the washing machine. For a wet stain, there are a number of different methods, from club soda to kitty litter, which you can get here.

66. Rubber Stamps

Rubber Stamps

Use baby shampoo and glycerin (which you can find easily at any drugstore).

67. Rust Stains

Rust Stains

Use a resin bed cleaner. Get more details here.

68. Rusty Loaf Pans

You’ll need baking soda, water, a scourer, and oil. Sprinkle baking soda on and leave for about 30 minutes. Scrub with a scourer. Coat in oil so it doesn’t get rusty again.

69. Scuff Marks on Linoleum

Scuff Marks on Linoleum

Just rub with a plain old eraser!

70. Sharpie Stains in Carpet

Sharpie Stains in Carpet

These three ingredients will do the trick. Full on instructions here.

71. Shower Curtain Liner

Shower Curtain Liner

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Run it through the washing machine with detergent, vinegar, and a few towels (otherwise, you might risk tearing the liner). Get the details here.

72. Shower Head

Shower Head

Pour distilled white vinegar in a plastic bag and fit it over the shower head. Secure with a rubber band. Let it soak for an hour, then remove the bag and wipe away with a cloth or paper towel.

[source: A Real Life Housewife]

73. Sneakers

Sneakers

Restore your old sneakers with TOOTHPASTE! Get the full instructions here.

74. Stainless Steel Refrigerators

Stainless Steel Refrigerators

After making the spray, the key to getting the fingerprints off is a microfiber cloth.

75. Stainless Steel Sink

Stainless Steel Sink

It’s a lengthy process, but you’ll need vinegar (in a spray bottle), baking soda, olive oil, and Goo Gone. Get the details here.

76. Sterling Silver

Use tartar control toothpaste! Rub it in like you would soap and it’ll get the tarnish off.

77. Stove Grates

Stove Grates

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You’ll need ammonia (which stinks to the high heavens) and plastic bags. The best part is that this method requires no scrubbing.

78. Stove Burners

Pour on a thick coat of baking soda. Follow with a tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide onto each burner. Wait 15 minutes, then scrub away all that nasty brown stuff.

[source: The Mortician’s Wife]

79. Stuffed Animals

Stuffed Animals

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Many stuffed animals can’t go in the washing machine, so you have to clean them in a basin. You’ll need a clean toothbrush, two clean white washcloths, a clean white towel, and high-efficiency laundry detergent. Get more details here.

80. Toaster

Toaster

Mix 1 tablespoon of cream of tartar with a few drops of water. Rub it into the appliance and then wipe down with a damp paper towel.

[source: A Real-Life Housewife]

81. Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes

Soak them in a vinegar or baking soda solution. Get the full instructions here.

82. Uggs

Uggs

By the end of winter, chances are, your Uggs are covered in water and snow stains. You’ll want to go over them with a stiff brush. Then, use a slightly damp washcloth to rub over the stains. Get more details here.

83. Weird Space Beween Oven Glass

Weird Space Beween Oven Glass

It’s a little complicated and involves actual TOOLS so you’ll want to check out this tutorial.

84. White Heat Marks

Use an iron and some cloth napkins. Full directions here.

85. Wicker Baskets

Wicker Baskets

Give them a rinse in the shower, or with a hose. Set them outside to dry in the sun. Spray with Pam to keep them looking shiny.

86. Yellowed Pillowcases

Yellowed Pillowcases

That yellow stuff is SWEAT and DROOL if that doesn’t compel you to do this right now. Throw them in the washing machine using REALLY HOT water, 1 cup of laundry detergent, 1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent, 1 cup bleach, and 1/2 cup borax. Get more details here.

[source: One Good Thing By Jillee]

87. Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

Fill a spray bottle with 3 parts water to 1 part distilled white vinegar. Optionally, add a few drops of essential oil. Spray and wipe down the solution.

I hope these cleaning tips help and be sure to pass them on to friends and family. Thanks!

Via: buzzfeed

33 Genius Hacks Guaranteed To Make A Parent’s Job Easier

Here’s some genius hacks that are guaranteed to make a parent’s job a little easier. Raising a tiny human being is one of the hardest jobs out there! 

 

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Sidewalk Chalk | No-Slip Shoes | Jello Pops | Magnetic Cups

1. If your kids are always using new cups, give them their own designated cups with magnets to stick to the fridge.

Not only does this mean less dishwashing, but cups can be kept at kid-height instead of up-high cupboards.

2. Use a Play-Doh confetti maker to make your own baby puff treats.

Use a Play-Doh confetti maker to make your own baby puff treats.

You can use ingredients that are so much better than the store-bought variety. Get the directions here.

3. Cover a play table in oilcloth to create a water-resistant outdoor picnic table for the kids.

Get the directions and tons more examples here.

4. A Capri Sun in the freezer becomes a fun and easy slushy.

A Capri Sun in the freezer becomes a fun and easy slushy.

Just freeze for six hours, cut the top open, and scoop out with a spoon!

5. Put a sticker that has been cut in half on shoes’ inner soles to show your child the correct foot for their shoes.

Put a sticker that has been cut in half on shoes' inner soles to show your child the correct foot for their shoes.

If your child is already able to put on their shoes but still gets a little confused between right and left, this little sticker trick will help you get out the door faster.

6. Keep pacifiers clean in your bag with sauce-to-go containers.

Keep pacifiers clean in your bag with sauce-to-go containers.

7. Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda will get set-in baby food stains out of a onesie.

Get the recipe for this magical solution here.

8. Repurpose a large pump dispenser to fill water balloons.

Repurpose a large pump dispenser to fill water balloons.

9. Liquid Bandage will seal in a temporary safety tattoo on your child.

Liquid Bandage will seal in a temporary safety tattoo on your child.

If your child gets lost at the amusement park, your phone number is emblazoned right there on their arm. Get the directions here.

10. The “You Shall Not Pass” sign provides a visual limit to how much toilet paper your child can take.

The "You Shall Not Pass" sign provides a visual limit to how much toilet paper your child can take.

11. Easily make a Girl Scout cookie carrier out of a Tupperware tray and some duct tape.

Easily make a Girl Scout cookie carrier out of a Tupperware tray and some duct tape.

It’ll make going door to door so much easier. Get the directions here.

12. A rubber band will help kids grip pencils better.

A rubber band will help kids grip pencils better.

13. Helichrysum is the essential oil you need for accident-prone kids.

Helichrysum is the essential oil you need for accident-prone kids.

It’s used by dentists to stop bleeding instantly. Read more about it here.

14. Gluing pennies is a way to improvise tap dancing shoes.

Gluing pennies is a way to improvise tap dancing shoes.

In case your child is hoping to make it to Broadway someday.

15. Put a “safety spot” sticker on your car to ensure an older child doesn’t wander off while you load or unload the car.

Put a "safety spot" sticker on your car to ensure an older child doesn't wander off while you load or unload the car.

You can improvise your own with a large, round sticker, or purchase the Parking Pal magnet here.

16. A plastic cup will keep little hands safe when handling sparklers on the Fourth of July.

A plastic cup will keep little hands safe when handling sparklers on the Fourth of July.

17. An inflatable pool makes a great safe play area for babies and toddlers.

An inflatable pool makes a great safe play area for babies and toddlers.

18. A small spray bottle with 2 tablespoons of fabric softener and water = “Doll Hairspray.”

A small spray bottle with 2 tablespoons of fabric softener and water = "Doll Hairspray."

19. Another use for your glue gun: Plug up those holes in your bath toys so they don’t get all moldy.

Another use for your glue gun: Plug up those holes in your bath toys so they don't get all moldy.

20. Make sidewalk chalk in deodorant dispensers for mess-free drawing.

Make sidewalk chalk in deodorant dispensers for mess-free drawing.

Get the recipe here.

21. Dollar store shower caddies are great to have around for eating in the car.

Dollar store shower caddies are great to have around for eating in the car.

22. Cut up pieces of fleece to create a teething guard for your baby’s crib.

Cut up pieces of fleece to create a teething guard for your baby's crib.

Get the full tutorial here.

23. A crib sheet will keep an outdoor baby from getting bitten up by mosquitoes.

A crib sheet will keep an outdoor baby from getting bitten up by mosquitoes.

Sometimes you want to keep baby outside with you while working in the yard. A crib sheet provides shade and protection from bugs.

24. Use an egg carton for card games.

Use an egg carton for card games.

25. Use a glue gun to prevent shoes from slipping.

Use a glue gun to prevent shoes from slipping.

26. Catch kids trying to sneak out with this clever little hack.

Catch kids trying to sneak out with this clever little hack.

LOL.

27. Have more than one child? Use the dot method to separate their clothing.

Have more than one child? Use the dot method to separate their clothing.

In this household, the oldest child gets one dot while the younger one gets two.

28. Make a “busy wallet” with drawing paper, fun stickers, and a pen to occupy kids while they wait for their food.

Make a "busy wallet" with drawing paper, fun stickers, and a pen to occupy kids while they wait for their food.

The best panacea for kids who get fidgety at restaurants.

29. Add Jell-O to your popsicles so they don’t melt into a drippy mess.

Add Jell-O to your popsicles so they don't melt into a drippy mess.

Get the recipe for this slow-melt popsicle recipe here.

30. Bringing a baby bath to the beach means a baby doesn’t have to miss out on splashing fun.

Bringing a baby bath to the beach means a baby doesn't have to miss out on splashing fun.

Just fill the tub up with beach water.


Photographer: Mila Bridger
Model: Johnny

31. A $3 thrift store camera bag makes the best diaper bag ever.

A $3 thrift store camera bag makes the best diaper bag ever.

SO MANY COMPARTMENTS.

32. Put a padlock on your plugs to keep your kids from plugging in electrical appliances.

Put a padlock on your plugs to keep your kids from plugging in electrical appliances.

33. And finally… this solution will SAVE YOUR LIFE (and your beds) during the potty-training phase.

And finally... this solution will SAVE YOUR LIFE (and your beds) during the potty-training phase.

Peggy Wang/BuzzFeed

Heather Spohr from The Spohrs Are Multiplying placed wee wee pads underneath her child’s fitted sheet to protect the mattress from accidents. She actually double layers them — one layer of wee wee pads, one fitted sheet, one layer of wee wee pads, another fitted sheet — so that she could remove the top layer after bed-wetting without having to re-fit the bed. A serious time and sleep saver during a challenging time.

Get even more brilliant parenting hacks here.

Via: buzzfeed.com

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean

Here’s some surprising facts about what dog behaviors actually mean. The truth about “man’s best friend” may be funnier than you think!

1. Wagging their tails:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs wag their tails back and forth to show they’re happy.
The truth: Your dog just farted and he’s trying to fan it away from you. What a courteous pup.

2. Showing their bellies to you:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs expose their bellies as a sign of submission, and might be asking for a belly rub!
The truth: Your dog has been on the South Beach Diet for six weeks and wants you to acknowledge his weight loss. Say something encouraging!

3. Baring their front teeth:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Curling lips baring front teeth is a dog’s way of smiling.
The truth: Your dog is obsessed with Katy Perry (as most dogs are) and he’s hoping you’ll buy him a pair of grillz like the ones in Katy’s “Dark Horse” video. Tell your dog that Katy Perry is a poor role model and buy him an Ani DiFranco CD.

4. Running in their sleep:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs dream the same as people, and they have similar muscle movements when they dream. Maybe your dog is chasing a rabbit!
The truth: Dogs are highly skilled at astral projection, but yours has strayed too far from his earthly body. It’s up to you to astrally project into the Ghost Realm, find your canine friend, and bring him home safely. Godspeed, and good luck. You’ll need it.

5. Staring at you dead in the eye:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: A direct, intense stare is a threat. It would be wise to back away slowly.
The truth: Your dog just got LASIK and is hoping you’ll notice his lovely new 20/20 vision. Bring your face as close as possible to his so your compliments can be heard more easily.

6. Ears in different positions:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs position their ears in different directions depending on their mood. Up means alert, down means fearful, and back means aggressive.
The truth: Dogs love fashion and it’s important to let your pup experiment with different earstyles. Get him a gift card to Claire’s at the mall so he can accessorize appropriately.

7. Tail between their legs:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: A tail between the legs means your dog is afraid, worried, and under stress.
The truth: Your puppy is wearing his tail down because he woke up late and didn’t have time to style his tail into an updo. Don’t comment on it. Dogs are sensitive.

8. Play biting:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Play biting is a normal part of dog behavior. Think of it as rough housing.
The truth: Your dog plans to eat you soon, but wants to tenderize you first. Soon he’ll start seasoning you with thyme and saffron. Beware.

9. Eating dead gross rotten animal meat off the forest floor:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs are carnivores and it’s instinctual for them to eat meat.
The truth: Dogs are actually strict vegans and only eat meat when experiencing severe anemia. If your dog eats a dead animal it means it’s time to shell out for some iron supplements.

10. Quizzically tilting their heads to one side:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs tilt their heads when something piques their interest and they want to hear better.
The truth: Like Regan MacNeil in The Exorcist, your dog is possessed by the demon king Pazuzu, hence the contorting head. Hire a priest to perform an exorcism immediately.

11. Making “Puppydog Eyes” at you:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs are smarter than you think and know how to get what they want. “Puppydog eyes” is akin to begging—a ploy to get a treat or go for a walk.
The truth: Your dog has been wearing its monthly contact lenses for too long and it’s starting to cause problems such as dilated pupils and watery eyes. Educate your canine friend on proper lens care.

12. Howling at the moon:

Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs howl to announce their presence to other canines. The moon association is most likely based on ancient myths.
The truth: Your dog is a werewolf! Run!!! Eeeeeeeek!

(Unless he’s one of the hot werewolves from Teen Wolf, in which case congrats.)

13. Digging holes all over the damn place:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs dig to bury valuable items, like bones and toys.
The truth: Dogs dig to bury valuable items, like gold and other precious metals. Your dog doesn’t trust banks, and why should he? With the way big banks are handling our money these days, I tell you what…

14. Growling at the mailman/delivery guy/basically anyone:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs bark at strangers because they’re territorial and protective.
The truth: Your dog is so SUPER JAZZED for his new subscription to Better Homes and Gardens to arrive that he can barely contain himself!

15. Barking because they heard another dog bark:

15 Surprising Facts About What Dog Behaviors Actually Mean
Adam Ellis

“Experts” say: Dogs bark to communicate. They’re just saying hello to each other.
The truth: All dogs are in gangs and when they bark, they’re warning each other to stay off one another’s turf. Don’t get caught in a dog gang turf war!

 

Source: buzzfeed.com

Dogs Who Are Guaranteed To Make You Smile

These dogs just want to make you smile and improve your day. Will you let them?

This dog is extremely excited about this endeavour.

Here, we have the most perfect dog costume ever invented.

Here, we have the most perfect dog costume ever invented.

If this dog can get through this wind, you can get through anything.

If this dog can get through this wind, you can get through anything.

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And look amazing doing it.

And look amazing doing it.

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Are you smiling yet? This good dog is because broccoli is delicious!

Are you smiling yet? This good dog is because broccoli is delicious!

This this golden retriever is more excited about Taco Bell.

Or you could just take a seat and have a fine dinner with this young gentleman.

Or you could just take a seat and have a fine dinner with this young gentleman.

Is this face doing anything for you?

Is this face doing anything for you?

This little man recommends getting into a little bit of trouble.

This little man recommends getting into a little bit of trouble.

How are those cheeks?

Have you met this future seeing eye dog?

Have you met this future seeing eye dog?

Maybe you prefer a more scholarly beast?

Maybe you prefer a more scholarly beast?

Go ahead and get comfy.

Listen to some jams.

But don’t fall asleep!

But don't fall asleep!

Be yourself.

Be yourself.

Smile, because you’re the best and dogs exist!

31 Redneck DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

Redneck DIYs That Are Borderline Genius! 

So go ahead and keep your bourgeois “life hacks” cause these Redneck ideas got it goin’ on!

1. Boiler Pot Hot Tub

Boiler Pot Hot Tub

Also doubles as a fast and easy way to boil crawdads.

2. Duct Tape Hammock

Duct Tape Hammock

3. Tennis Racket Strainer

Tennis Racket Strainer

It even has a cushioned handle. So take that, colander!

4. Wifebeater Baby Carrier

Wifebeater Baby Carrier

That’s one of the happiest looking babies I’ve ever seen.

5. Clothes Hanger Muffler Fix

Clothes Hanger Muffler Fix

Brilliant.

6. Snow Beer Cooler

Snow Beer Cooler

Brilliant AND energy-saving.

7. Armchair Car Seats

Armchair Car Seats

8. Fan Leaf Blower

Fan Leaf Blower

Aren’t normal leaf blowers SO loud and annoying? This method is way more respectful towards the neighborhood.

9. Beer Can Hot Rollers

Beer Can Hot Rollers

The beer cans retain heat so you’ll get lasting big bouncy curls.

10. Duct Tape Drink Holder

Duct Tape Drink Holder

11. Sofa Bunk Beds

Sofa Bunk Beds

Doubles as tiered home cinema seating.

12. SUV Water Skiing

SUV Water Skiing

This guy is having so much more fun than anyone has had in the Hamptons, ever.

13. $2 Spoiler

$2 Spoiler

14. Mason Jar Mailbox

Mason Jar Mailbox

So much more functional than keeping candles in them or whatever it is people do on Pinterest.

15. Toilet Senior Scooter

Toilet Senior Scooter

16. Plastic Fork Razors

Plastic Fork Razors

If you actually pay $15 for a Mach III razor, you’re a chump.

17. Makeshift Side Mirror

Makeshift Side Mirror

18. Bungee Cord Computer Holder

Bungee Cord Computer Holder

So handy on long road trips!

19. Popcorn Smoke Alarm

Popcorn Smoke Alarm

20. Drink Tray Visor

Drink Tray Visor

This is one of the more sustainable uses I’ve ever seen for a styrofoam drink tray.

21. Flat Screen TV Installation

Flat Screen TV Installation

22. Pick Up Truck Swimming Pool

Pick Up Truck Swimming Pool

Can you do this with your silly little Volkswagen??

23. Rooftop Slip n’ Slide

Rooftop Slip n' Slide

DOING THIS.

24. DIY Air Pump

DIY Air Pump

Seems legit.

25. Patio Chair BBQ Grill

Patio Chair BBQ Grill

26. Washing Machine Beer Cooler

Washing Machine Beer Cooler

This is a life-changing tip of the day if I ever saw one.

27. Power Drill Mixer

Power Drill Mixer

As is this one.

28. Ruler/Can Lid Pizza Cutter

Ruler/Can Lid Pizza Cutter

This kind of deserves a Nobel Prize.

29. Home Stereo Car Stereo

Home Stereo Car Stereo

You can make mix tapes WHILE you’re driving! (Don’t do that.)

31. Impromptu Roof Deck

Impromptu Roof Deck

A patio with a view.

 

Source: buzzfeed

20 Baby Animals That’ll Make You Say “Aww”

These photographers have managed to capture some of the most adorable baby animals on the internet! They will definitely have you saying, “Aww”.

 

Baby Hawk

Image credits: imgur.com

Baby Panda

Image credits: kjdrill

Baby Skunk

Image credits: valleywildlifecare.org

Kitten

Image credits: Miguel A. Landestoy

Baby Prairie Dogs

Image credits: imgur.com

Puppy

Image credits: blog.naver.com

Baby Fox

Image credits: Remo Savisaar

Baby Polar Bear

Image credits: hdwallpaper.ws

Baby Otter

Image credits: imgur.com

Baby Tapir

Image credits: imgur.com

Baby Hedgehogs

Image credits: Mr. Unknown

Frogmouth Chicks

Image credits: zooborns.com 

Baby Hippo

Image credits: Rolfe Winkler

Bunny

Image credits: Mr. Unknown

Kitten #2

Image credits: lolosad.com

Albino Baby Koala

Image credits: imgur.com

Piggies

Image credits: Brittney Williford

Image credits: imgur.com

Baby Stingrays

Image credits: imgur.com

Baby Donkey

Image credits: minidonks.com

Crane Chick

Image credits: Jimm Ridley

 

Via: boredpanda